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COVID-19 and The Frick Pittsburgh

Timed tickets are required for entry to The Frick Art Museum and the Car and Carriage Museum. Clayton and The Café remain closed.

Open Tuesday–Sunday
Buildings: 10 AM–5 PM
Grounds: 10 AM–dusk

Visitor Safety Guidelines

Wear a face mask if you haven't been vaccinated

Staff and visitors over the age of 2 who have not been fully vaccinated should wear snug-fitting face coverings over their noses and mouths at all times while indoors and on outdoor tours. Fully vaccinated staff and visitors are no longer required to wear masks during regular operating hours, but a reduced capacity masks-required hour is offered Friday–Saturday from 9–10 AM for high-risk visitors.

Stay home if you are sick
If you are sick, experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, or have been exposed to the virus in the 14 days prior to your reservation, please plan to visit at another time. We will be happy to refund or exchange your ticket, no questions asked.

Wash or sanitize your hands
Please wash your hands thoroughly and often. You will also find hand sanitizer available throughout our spaces.  

Travel light
For art preservation reasons, bags larger than 11x15 inches and backpacks are not permitted. Soft front-facing infant carriers and strollers are allowed. Wheelchairs, in limited numbers, are available for temporary use during your visit; to access a wheelchair, please inquire at The Frick Art Museum or Grable Visitor Center.

You can also enjoy the Frick at Home!
Visit our virtual museum to watch curator talks, download kids' activities, see the upper floors of Clayton, learn about upcoming virtual events, and much more. We are proud to provide safe online museum experiences for our members, virtual visitors, and community and will continue to post new content regularly.
       
  
Updated July 21, 2021